Dismal Harmony Natural Area

Dismal Harmony Natural Area

Cascades in Dismal Brook - Photo by Daniel Chazin Cascades in Dismal Brook - Photo by Daniel Chazin
40.79587, -74.560121

It would be hard to think of a more inapt name for this beautiful nature preserve  -- one of the nicest places to hike in Morris County.  It is anything but "dismal"!  You can stroll along a cascading brook for over a mile and climb to an unusually shaped boulder.

This park, acquired in 1967 through the generosity of residents and with the assistance of the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, was the first natural area to be established in Mendham Township. The original 77 acres have been expanded to the present 146 acres. The park is named for the two streams that flow through the property: Dismal Brook and Harmony Brook. The...

Park Acreage:

146.00 acres

Municipality:

Mendham

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Mendham Township

Phone:

(973) 543-4555

Fees:

Not available

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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